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The Calgary Stampeders went defensive on the opening day of CFL free agency, signing linebackers Micah Teitz and Darius Hodge on Tuesday.
In the midst of the craziness that is the first day of free agency, the Calgary Stampeders went outside of their roster for defensive help.

The Stamps signed linebackers Micah Teitz and Darius Hodge on Tuesday in preparation for the 2024 season.
Teitz, a former Saskatchewan Roughrider, entered the CFL in the second round of the 2018 draft. He’s made 158 total tackles and three sacks in 59 games. In his second-best season in the CFL, he recorded 57 defensive tackles and six special teams tackles, appearing in all 18 games.

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Hodge, who has previously played in the USFL and NFL, is making his CFL debut. He spent last season with the Philadelphia Stars, recording six tackles and a half sack, and he was previously signed by the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals after going undrafted in the NFL Draft.

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The team also signed CFL All-Star defensive back Demerio Houston and offensive tackle Trevon Tate, whose deals were disclosed last week. The Stamps have prioritized defense as they continue to add players through free agency.

CFL players were eligible to officially sign with teams beginning on Tuesday.

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